byUniversity of California at Los Angeles, Extension Media Center
Presents the experiences of a teenage African American, who relates his views of the System, war, revolution, the Watts community of Los Angeles, the Black Panther Party and the police. The importance of the discussion is the necessity of being one's own self. Director: Richard Wells. Editor: Andrew Stein. Photographer: Robert Grant. Sound: Wendell Handy. Assistant Camera: Clifford Stewart. Production Manager: Edward Kutner. Assistant Production Manager: Gene Kopp. Executive Producer: George... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: African Americans, Psychology, Los Angeles
Detailed treatment of the Los Angeles Fire Department, its equipment, personnel and activities. With excellent Kodachrome footage of firefighters at work, fires, nighttime neon signs, and fire prevention and safety activities. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Fires and firefighting, California: Los Angeles
Detailed treatment of the Los Angeles Fire Department, its equipment, personnel and activities. With excellent Kodachrome footage of firefighters at work, fires, nighttime neon signs, and fire prevention and safety activities. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Fires and firefighting, California: Los Angeles
Home movies shot around Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, California, and the city of San Francisco, ca. 1929-30. Includes shots of Telegraph Hill, San Francisco harbor, streets and hills. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Home movies, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Pacific Palisades, Shipwrecks, Leisure, Travel and tourism
Note in can states: Pasadena, Roses, Huntington Art Gallery, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Seal Rocks, Monterey, Yosemite. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: home movies, prelinger, California, Pasadena, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Monterey,...
Fire safety film filmed in and around the Chatsworth fire of 1947 in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, at a time when many parts of the Valley were still farming communities. The film takes the point of view of a child whose family farm is threatened by the fire. Director: Emily Benton Frith. Narrator: Don McNamara. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Fires and firefighting, Safety: Fire, California: Los Angeles: History
Produced for police orientation and training, this film presents drug addiction not simply as a crime but as a deepseated social problem. With dramatized sequences of addicts in shooting galleries and excellent footage of pre-renewal downtown Los Angeles, a neighborhood now lost. Produced and directed by renowned filmmakers Denis and Terry Sanders, who wrote this film with Jay Sandrich. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Substance abuse: Drugs, California: Los Angeles, Crime and criminals
Activities at the newly opened Beany's drive-through fast food restaurant, Long Beach, California, 1952 or 1953. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: California, Long Beach, Los Angeles County, fast food, restaurants, food, car culture, automobiles,...